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ABRAHAM: Bone health requires initiative, early start

For many college students, worrying about bone health may not be their most pressing issue. Even after college, most people do not obsess over whether or not they receive an adequate amount of calcium and Vitamin D. Oftentimes we start thinking about the health of our bones when we reach midlife and older.


Unhealthy lifestyles put young lives at risk

In the United States, heart disease is the leading cause of death among men and women. Despite the high mortalities associated with cardiovascular disease, many individuals are unaware that a majority of these deaths can be averted through preventative education, lifestyle modifications, smoking cessation, regular physical activity and nutritional changes.

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